What Many Pastors Won’t tell You, Regarding Sexual Immorality — Paul Washer
In today’s over-sexualized culture Christians face outright sexual temptations from many areas, from TV programs to social media platforms. We cannot escape from or run away from this in our culture; we must learn how to confront this issue. God has given men and women the desire for sexual relations, this desire is given by God’s design to be satisfied within the bonds of marriage and only in those bounds. The world has turned that Godly desire into a sinful, lustful desire. Now, this over-sexualization of the culture has transcended into the church; it has corrupted many of our churches and made many pastors and men of God prisoners to its bondage. This sinful lust while when left unchecked can destroy marriages, disqualify pastors and ruin churches. We don’t have to live like heathens; there is a cure for this disease.
In this short fifteen-minute video Paul Washer talks about the cure for sexual immorality in the church and our personal lives. Washer illustrates the need for sexual purity and piety in our lives if we are to live for and to honor God. Washer explains the need for repentance before God, the need to seek to love others and through that genuine love for others sexual purity can be achieved.
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